Eco-Celebrity Tweets of the Week

February 1, 2013

Eco-tweets from Carrie Underwood, Zachary Quinto, Mayim Bialik and Mark SallingSometimes celebrities get a bad rap for speaking their minds, and even for just being who they are, instead of what everyone else wants them to be. However, more often than not, celebrities are committed to helping the environment and the people around them. With that in mind we are taking a look at what they are tweeting in relation to their fellow man and the planet. Below, are some select tweets by celebrities who are reaching out to their fans, followers and Mother Earth!

 

 

 

1. Carrie Underwood

Eco-tweets from Carrie Underwood, Zachary Quinto, Mayim Bialik and Mark SallingSinging sensation and “American Idol” alum Carrie Underwood is no rookie when it comes to animals. She loves her pooches, and isn’t afraid to say it. Need proof? Just look at this tweet.

“I just love the way my doggies look at me! Someday I hope to be the person they already think I am! 🙂
#puppylove #petsmakelifebetter”

2. Zachary Quinto

Eco-tweets from Carrie Underwood, Zachary Quinto, Mayim Bialik and Mark SallingZachary Quinto recently released a new short film titled “Dog Eat Dog.” In the film, he showcases the importance of animal adoption, and just how much he loves animals.

“today was a DOG EAT DOG kind of day. grateful for all the attention and support. rescue a dog before you buy one. ALWAYS. cc: @sianheder”

3. Mayim Bialik

Eco-tweets from Carrie Underwood, Zachary Quinto, Mayim Bialik and Mark SallingOver the weekend, vegan Mayim Bialik attended the SAG Awards and tweeted about her experience. Unfortunately, the vegan food wasn’t that great and kind of ruined her evening.

“Russell Crowe and sacha baron Cohen within my sights at the SAG awards…Jessica Chastain likes my dress!
Vegan food is so-so here…”

4. Mark Salling

Eco-tweets from Carrie Underwood, Zachary Quinto, Mayim Bialik and Mark Salling“Glee” actor Mark Salling reached out to his Twitter followers about the importance of keeping cats indoors to protect birds. He tweeted this in light of a new study that found cats kill billions of animals a year.

“Cats kill billions of birds and small mammals a year. Please keep your cats indoors as much as possible as baby bird season approaches <3”

Be sure to check back weekly for these feel good celebrity tweets and what they have to offer in only 140 characters!

-Allyson Koerner

Photo Credit: Twitter, Flickr/Matthew WittKopp, Wikimedia/RonGejon, Flickr/Hollywood Branded, Flickr/Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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